aka Six and fragment design Drop Sex Pistols-Inspired "NO FRGMT" Capsule Sweaters

New pieces arriving in black, grey and blue.

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aka Six, led by documentarian Simon Barker, and Hiroshi Fujiwara‘s fragment design have shared a number of new pieces from their Sex Pistols-inspired capsule, “NO FRGMT.”

The latest selection is a followup to the capsule’s black tote bag from early April 2020 and is comprised of sweatshirts and T-shirts in black, grey and blue. The typography and language of Jamie Reid, known for his work with acclaimed punk band the Sex Pistols, continues to be the main design feature and is printed repeatedly in rows of two and columns of six. aka Six and fragment design also dropped off several pieces that utilize the “DEAD COWBOY” motif, adding gradient hues of pink with yellow and red with orange to create contrast.

aka Six and fragment design’s “NO FRGMT” capsule sweaters will be sold at aka Six stockists.

Elsewhere in fashion, here’s everything dropping at Palace this week.

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